8 of the freshest Gloucestershire properties on the market in March 2023

From a three-story gardener's paradise to a modern Scandi-style family home, SoGlos's Gloucestershire property series uncovers eight special properties on the housing market right now.

By Kaleigh Pritchard  |  Published
SoGlos brightens up spring 2023 with eight of the freshest properties up for sale in the March installment of our popular Gloucestershire property round-up series.
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If you're in need of a spring awakening in your property portfolio, SoGlos has handpicked a selection of Gloucestershire homes to freshen up with this March 2023.

From glorious gardens to contemporary renovations, the options are aplenty, with stunning views that will have you dreaming of sunnier days to soak it all up.

The Reddings, Cheltenham

This show-stopping home is perfect for bright springtime mornings. A huge wall of double glazed windows makes for a beautiful transition from the spacious open-plan living area to the south-facing terrace and magnificent garden.

The five-bed property, set on the secluded outskirts of Cheltenham, also includes a stylish modern kitchen, four bathrooms, a double garage with extensive off-road parking and a gated driveway. As well as a cosy log burner, the ground floor is also warmed by underfloor heating - so you'll never have to worry about chilly toes again!

This property is on the market for £1,250,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

Bownham Park, Stroud

Unique and contemporary, this Scandinavian-style home is certainly intriguing to the eye. The four-bed property is nestled in the exclusive Bownham Park development in Stroud and features double height ceilings and more than half an acre in garden space.

With a strong wooden theme throughout the property, the main kitchen leads off of the hallway with shiny German apple wood units and continues through to the large dining room, making entertaining a seamless operation. While the house itself is fabulously modern, its rear boundary contains the original wrought iron railings that are thought to have been used for the historic Kingscourt House.

This property is on the market for £1,150,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

The Haven, Gloucester

Hidden within the grounds of the historic Wightfield Manor in Apperley, this property stays true to style with exposed stone walls and rustic wooden ceilings. The generous gardens wrap around three sides of the home and include well-established hedge boundaries, ensuring privacy. 

The house features a country-style kitchen and a galleried landing that leads off to five spacious bedrooms, all complete with built-in wardrobes and a bright family bathroom. The property also offers an adjacent annex that can be used as a hobby room, an at-home gym, or as it is right now, as an office space.

This property is on the market for £750,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

Minchinhampton, Stroud

This characterful bungalow is full of charm and is set in the sought after town of Minchinhampton in Stroud. Original parquet flooring and a unique glass wall both help to enhance the property and give it a contemporary edge.

The three-bed property enjoys plenty of natural light, spacious bedrooms have built-in storage space and there's a family bathroom. It also boasts its own off-road parking with a gated gravel driveway that leads to a good sized garden complete with a patio and plenty of space for little ones to explore and play.

This property is on the market for £675,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

Hailes Street, Winchcombe

Built of Cotswold stone, this property is stellar. Laid out across three floors and featuring its very own cellar, the three-bed period townhouse comes with character by the boatload - with a magical garden to boot!

Somewhat invoking the powers of Dr Who's Tardis, this home extends to around 1,900 square-feet and contains; an open-plan kitchen complete with bespoke wooden units and a large range for cooking; three bedrooms including a master bedroom; and a large bathroom. Stretching out about 26 metres behind the house is its gorgeous garden. Showcasing a variety of shrubbery, wildflowers and trees, it's a paradise for when you're ready to come out of hibernation this spring.

This property is on the market for £650,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

Bridge House, Lydney

Nestled on the edge of open woodland in the quaint village of Whitecroft, Lydney in the Forest of Dean, this converted cottage has been adapted into an impressive and comfortable family home.

It has three bedrooms, a newly installed family bathroom and a kitchen, complete with granite worktops and integrated appliances, but the open-plan dining and living area leads out onto arguably the best part of the property. Its decked terrace is the star of the show with spectacular views of the lush forest that surrounds the property, as well as an ideal sun trap for days when you just want to catch some rays!

This property is on the market for £450,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk.

Burcombe, Cirencester

With glorious garden space, this three-bed property is in a prime location in the picturesque Cotswolds countryside to the north of Cirencester.

After undergoing an extension, the semi-detached home is now fully set up for those looking to grow as a family. It offers two modern bathrooms, a beautiful kitchen and dining room and space for a study area - ideal for those who work from home. Its shining feature is its garden, with a selection of attractive lounging areas, a productive vegetable patch and its own greenhouse. Truly a gardener's dream.

This property is on the market for £359,950. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

St Margarets Road, Cheltenham

This beautiful top floor apartment is set just a stone's throw away from Cheltenham town centre, making it a prime spot for young couples and professionals to set up home.

Part of a Grade II listed period building, the flat showcases; two stylish bedrooms, a fully kitted-out kitchen with integrated appliances; a cosy lounge and dining area with views across the picturesque town; and a stunning bathroom complete with a luxurious walk-in shower. Separate from the flat itself, there is access to a spacious private storage room located on the same floor - perfect for those who like to keep a tidy, minimalist sense of style throughout their everyday living space.

This property is on the market for £250,000. For the full listing, visit rightmove.co.uk

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